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Tuesday, 3 May 1932


Mr PRICE (Boothby) .- Honorable members opposite in their attitude towards these amendments are endeavouring to make a mountain out of a molehill. I say deliberately that their sole purpose is to make political capital out of the Government's proposals. What does it matter if Mr. Dumas did pay a visit to Canberra. He may have been here on a holiday. The question is, is this amendment right?


Mr Makin - Will the honorable member deny that he was here ?


Mr PRICE - I believe he was. He did not discuss broadcasting with me ; but he may have spoken to the honorable member for Hindmarsh.


Mr Makin - He did not.


Mr PRICE - It is time we divided on this amendment. I, therefore, move -

That the question be now put.







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